Do Migratory Birds Fly In Clouds - And at Night.

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Subject: Do Migratory Birds Fly In Clouds - And at Night.
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Date: Sat, 3 Nov 2012 10:35:40 +1100
Yep, that's how I know they're BQs. The two note, rising crow, high overhead, 
repeated every 20 seconds or so as they head out over the ocean. Similarly, 
Noisy pittas use their standard call. One of them I heard when I was at the top 
of a hill, was clearly flying the 18 or so km across the sea from Magnetic Is 
to Cape Cleveland. 



On 02/11/2012, at 6:33 PM, "Peter Shute" <> wrote:

> Eric, what does a Brown Quail sound like flying over at night? Do they make 
> their usual contact call in flight?
> Peter Shute
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